All news articles for October 2002

7UP flips upside down

7UP flips upside down

The maker of 7 UP unveiled its new energy drink, called dnL, at a
visitor attraction in Orlando this week. The bright green product
is billed as the "upside-down" 7 UP and targeted to teenagers and
young adults.

A stake in health

A stake in health

Mergers and acquisitions in the food industry continue this week
with acquisitive Canadian company Stake technology taking over US
ingredients company Opta Food Ingredients at the price of €28m. The
move marks a bid by Stake to build...

Forbes restructures

Forbes restructures

Canadian company Forbes Medi-Tech has announced several changes in
the company'soperations and management structure, and is to
outsource its research to universities and contract research
organisations.

Innovation round-up

Innovation round-up

Today marks the final time the doors of global food exhibition SIAL
will open in 2002. As visitors continue to pour through the
entrance of six exhibition halls, the popularity of this vast food
show remains certain. On the final...